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Author - Kimberly Winston
Kimberly Winston is a freelance religion reporter based in the San Francisco Bay Area.
(RNS) — The calls for action came after a March 10 airing of an NBC interview in which Putin suggested Russians were being wrongly targeted for election tampering.
Pope Francis is still popular, but warm feelings waning among conservatives. After a rescinded invitation, Ken Ham talks about God at an Oklahoma university. Why carrying a gun is an immoral act, according to Marilynne Robinson.
(RNS) — The starting bid was $1, but the final 15 minutes of the weeklong auction were punctuated by rapidly rising bids in mostly $500 increments.
(RNS) — The network enlisted the aid of actual clergy to make 'Living Biblically' more realistic and, hopefully, more funny.
(RNS) — Some see the honor as worthy of a preacher who had the ear of American presidents from Harry Truman to Barack Obama, while others see it as a violation of the separation of church and state.
Dozens of nuns, other Catholics arrested advocating for immigrants. Christians flogged in public for playing banned children’s game in the Indonesian province of Aceh. Billy Graham and American presidents shared personal bonds.
(RNS) — For Team USA skier David Wise, the tough road from Sochi to Pyeongchang has required him to lean heavily on his faith and family.
(RNS) — 'I kind of envision me skiing and God is kind of like an eagle right next to me screeching in my ear that everything is going to be all good,' the freestyler said.
When Ash Wednesday falls on Valentine's Day, what's a clergyperson to do? Omarosa says Mike Pence ‘thinks Jesus tells him to say things.’ Jews and Muslims invited to Carnival in Germany. Former Olympic curling hopeful is now a priest.
(RNS) — Pads, helmets, goggles and gloves are secondary equipment for Gigi Marvin.
(RNS) — The five-time Olympian didn't get a medal, but the snowboarder says her true sense of self-worth comes from her faith.
(RNS) — Adam Rippon criticized the vice president, who is leading the U.S. delegation to the Winter Games, for his support for gay conversion therapy.
(RNS) — He may not go to church much, but that doesn't mean there isn't plenty to write about the president and religion.
(RNS) — The Olympics have deep religious and spiritual roots -- which, some scholars say, are in jeopardy.